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The History And Legacy Of Tulsa Race Massacre

All Things Considered

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

The History And Legacy Of Tulsa Race Massacre

"Live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm doing police I. cal tell there are mass demonstrations across the country at this hour to commemorate this day one hundred fifty five years ago one word that slavery had ended finally reached African American slaves in Texas two years after the Emancipation Proclamation representative Karen bass a Democrat from California says Juneteenth should be a national holiday because too many Americans know too little about the country's history they have no idea of the brutality of slavery they have no idea what happened after slavery in the fact that people really weren't free they were incarcerated in Slade over and over again and so Juneteenth a national holiday would be a time for us to come to grips with our history to learn more about it bass who is also chair of the congressional black caucuses Juneteenth helps Americans understand the oppression that has

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"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

"Culver city California the nation's fifteen days of social distancing are nearly over and while many states have issued a stay at home orders for much longer periods of time new guidance from the White House coronavirus task force is due soon meanwhile two trillion dollars an economic recovery has made it through Congress and now the president has signed the bill into law this will deliver urgently needed relief to our nation's families workers and businesses and that's what this is all about what's in it cash payments for most Americans a massive expansion of unemployment insurance three hundred seventy seven billion dollars to help small businesses stay afloat and much more all of this because of the unprecedented economic shutdown necessary to hopefully bring the corona virus pandemic under control in the U. S. make let's bring in NPR science correspondent Richard Harris White House correspondent Franco or don't yes and congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell had all three of you well I want to start with you lawmakers are calling this legislation this a rescue bill for the economy can you just tell us what's in it yes so there are those cash payments that they come to at the at the most twelve hundred dollars per person for people earning seventy five thousand dollars or less a major expansion unemployment insurance and that my that three hundred seventy seven billion dollars for small business plus there's also five hundred billion dollars for big corporations in an attempt to keep businesses open and keep employees connected to their employers so they have jobs to return to when it's safe to re open businesses this was passed today by voice vote over in the house after more than four hours of debate where even members who said they had concerns with the bill all mostly backed it this is how house speaker Nancy Pelosi described it we are all a family and like many families we have our differences of but we also know what is important to us basically she was saying the thing that was important was getting the relief out to people and part of the way she got Democrats on board with this even with that big pot of money for corporations was that the loans come with some strings attached like an independent inspector general and a board to oversee the terms of the loan and a ban on stock buybacks in there also some added things in there but a bailout for state and local governments and very importantly there's a hundred billion dollars for hospitals plus more money for the CDC.

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KCRW

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

"In Culver city California and I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington DC good morning Israel proudly calls itself the only democracy in the Middle East at the moment it's a democracy that cannot make up its mind today the country is holding its third national election in less than a year after both the previous two ended in stalemate NPR's Daniel Estrin is with us from the city of Rehovot in central Israel Daniel how did we get here we got here because Israel's political system Steve is facing a deep crisis first of all the electoral system here has a major weakness because neither candidate neither Netanyahu nor his rival Benny guns have been able to build a majority coalition in parliament and the system here does not force a decisive winner so they keep going round after round and plus you've got Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption charges and a lot of his political allies who used to be by his side no longer willing to stand by his side and join his government and instead of resigning he keeps trying and trying again one of orders telling you what I've heard from some Israelis who say you know what's the point of voting when you keep doing this over and over but actually Steve of people are energized out of the polls voter turnout in the last round increased from the first round and now we're in the third round the stakes are high and voters want to be a part of it even though they realize that something is pretty rotten about holding third elections take a listen to voters V. Shapiro any normal human being that grew up in a democracy this and we're just gonna laugh I think it's a joke so anything you know there are no rules anymore you just can hold election after election and Netanyahu he says he's doing that to try to win isn't there even more at stake for Netanyahu than just winning or losing office here a lot is at stake for him his corruption trial begins in two weeks and he's gonna be facing bribery and fraud charges for alleged secret dealings with media moguls so if he actually gets to win another term this time he'll be in a position of strength going into the trial having one term and you know if if the other option is another stalemate that also helps them because they'll still be able to start his trial as caretaker prime minister in stand off outside Daniel just a few weeks ago the trump administration released a peace proposal for Israelis and Palestinians has that become much of an issue in the campaign remarkably Steve it has not the polls suggest it probably has not tilted the political map which is fascinating the trump administration's proposal for peace heavily favors Israel Netanyahu touted on the campaign trail to win over the right wing but a lot of people think it won't actually come to be and actually Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel may be motivated by that plan to show up to the polls in even larger numbers against the plan and that could weaken that's in there was chances of winning can I just mention Daniel in the UK they had multiple elections over a period of time and finally ended up with a decisive result for Boris Johnson now the prime minister is there any sign of movement in polls that would suggest this election in Israel could come out any differently than the past to know if quite frankly there could be another stalemate this country's politic pretty split no candidate seems to want to compromise and join forces we may be seeing a fourth election state okay Daniel thanks very much really appreciate your work you're welcome NPR's Daniel Estrin has been talking with voters in the Israeli city of Rehovot tip of the.

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"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

"Culver city California we are hosting the program across continents today which gives us perspective to cover a major global story the United States is working to increase its pressure on Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii went to United Nations yesterday and accused Iran of quote extortion diplomacy pump hill called on skeptical world leaders to act the US of course dropped out of a nuclear agreement last year and impose sanctions on Iran it is pressing Iran to change its involvement in countries from Syria to Yemen so how do those sanctions affect Iran's behavior and also its people Steve is in Iran's capital to find out this week and Steve I guess to start by giving me the big picture what what was it like to arrive there and has a few on the streets well it's a big city that is still vibrant it's a modern city lots of glass buildings lots of traffic on the streets some new businesses sometimes trendy coffee shops and so forth but you feel the pressure once you sit down to coffee and talk with people there is massive inflation here food prices are way up and frankly many parts of the economy just don't seem to make sense and is that hitting everyone is everyone suffering from no not at all because in the more affluent parts of this gigantic city millions of people here the well off have clearly protected themselves and you can see it because there's a real estate boom there a lot of construction cranes and ongoing projects so part of the economy doing pretty well conoce even say the second quarter here in Iran was not so bad yet many people are struggling and frustrated and that has triggered a big debate here about what's wrong and what to do or focusing on on one part of that debate this morning and it's about a running access to medicine Iran's foreign minister has said that the the US is cutting off access to cancer drugs is that really true this is an explosive accusation David it's potentially so damaging the Brian Hauk of the U. S. state department even released a video to call it a myth the truth.

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U.S. to ramp up rapid deportations with sweeping new rule

All Things Considered

01:05 min | 2 years ago

U.S. to ramp up rapid deportations with sweeping new rule

"Live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown the trump administration is expanding fast track deportation regulations to more quickly deport us suspected undocumented migrants without a hearing impaired finesse aroma tells us it's expected to go into effect tomorrow up until now the expedited removal program allowed low level officials to arrest and deport unauthorized immigrants without ever standing in front of a judge if they were detained within a hundred miles of the border and within two weeks of arrival under the new expanded policy rapid removal proceedings would be applied to nearly anyone suspected of being in the country illegally who cannot prove they've been here for at least two years the trump administration says the changes will reduce the need for costly court proceedings and will mitigate the massive backlog of immigration cases critics say the changes empower ice officers to act as both prosecutor and judge and that the truncated process which could take just hours could result in wrongful deportations Vanessa Romo NPR

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown US Attorney General William Barr says the trump administration is found a way to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census but as NPR's on the long tells us the question is currently block from census forms by the US Supreme Court speaking to reporters in South Carolina US Attorney General William Barr did not provide any details on how the ministration would add the question is this person a citizen of the United States and I think over the next day or two you'll see what approach we're taking I think it it does provide a pathway for getting the question on the census the Supreme Court ruled to keep it off for now because it down the ministration stated reason for the question quote seems to have been contrived first comments come as the justice department is changing is a legal team for defending the ministrations push for the question any changes to the senses at this point could jeopardize the final preparations for the constitutionally mandated head count of every person living in the U. S. on the long and your news New York the White House national security adviser says the trump administration will continue to turn up pressure on Iran after international monitors confirm the country has exceeded its limit for enriching uranium and the twenty fifteen nuclear deal truck pulled out of the agreement more than a year ago and slapped new economic sanctions on Iran years NPR's Tom Bowman it is but we have no sense of what additional pressure would be it's possible they could add additional sanctions to Iran another thing they're talking about is having US ships and ships from some of the NATO members actually patrolling in the strait of for moves to keep an eye in a running activity acting defense secretary mark as per talked about a possible picket line of ships or escorts for tankers a couple weeks ago when he was in Europe but there's no sense of any other countries taking part in any sort of naval effort in the Gulf Tom Bowman reporting this is NPR and you're listening to W. NYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd New York financier Jeffrey up steam will remain in jail until at least Monday under a judge's order the sixty six year old I've seen has been accused of luring underage girls as young as fourteen years old who is homes on the Upper East Side and in Florida between the years two thousand two and two thousand five he pleaded not guilty to federal sex trafficking charges at a hearing today at a news conference before that hearing US attorney Jeffrey Berman said all victims deserve justice while the charged conduct is from a number of years ago it is still profoundly important to the many alleged victims now young women they deserve their day in court under federal law there is no statute of limitations for child sexual exploitation cases at the felony level W. N. Y. C.'s going Hogan was in that federal courtroom today and joins us with the reports this hour the Associated Press is reporting that federal prosecutors in Brooklyn are investigating whether a top fund raiser for Donald trump's inaugural committee Elliott Brady exploited his position for personal gain WNYC is Ilya merits has more a spokesman for the Eastern District of New York would not confirm the report but as described by the A. P. the subpoena is wide ranging and six records of parties connections to politicians in Romania and Angola it's been reported that Brady invited Romanian and Angolan officials to trump's inauguration as he was seeking business deals in those countries a decade ago Brady pleaded guilty to paying almost a million dollars in bribes to get contracts managing New York state pension fund investments a spokesman for birdie called the AP's reporting you're responsible speculation and a rainbow flag was set on fire ants on a Harlem gave our early this morning for the second time in just over a month the NYPD and the state police hate crimes task force are jointly investigating the incident at the alibi lounge the owner Alexi Minco told CBS New York he shocked simply.

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Joe Biden says he never "acted inappropriately" with Lucy Flores

All Things Considered

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Joe Biden says he never "acted inappropriately" with Lucy Flores

"We're going to start our program today with a conversation about an alleged encounter between former vice president Joe Biden and former Nevada democratic assemblywoman Lucy Flores in an article for New York magazine Flores details and alleged encounter in two thousand fourteen with then vice president Biden, she calls the encounter awkward and says he grabbed her shoulders from behind sniffed her hair and kissed the back of her head before a campaign event. At the time says she felt embarrassed and powerless former vice president Biden responded with a statement that said quote in my many years on the campaign trail and in public life. I have offered countless handshakes hugs expressions of affection support and comfort and not once never did. I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested that I did. So I will listen respectfully. But it was never my intention Lucy. Flora's is here to speak with us about this alleged encounter from our studios in Culver City, California. We should also say we have invited the former vice president to respond to the allegations in an interview, and we have not yet received a response Lucy. Flores thank you for being with us. Thank you. My pleasure. Miss flora, can you describe the encounter in your own words? Share will. I mean, it's just as I described it happened. Very suddenly I was on expecting it. It was a campaign rally setting. So there was a lot of chaos a lot of people a lot of energy. We were all kind of in public vice president Biden, and I were never alone together. So as we were waiting to be called up to the stage. The rally had already started people were already speaking. We were waiting in line. Even Gloria was in front of me, Joe Biden was behind me. And you know, I just all of a sudden feel his hands. And I feel him get up really close to me. And i'm. Just you know, at that point processing, and I'm thinking, okay. This is really weird. But then he leans in. And then he like inhales, and and then he proceeds to plant this long kiss on the top of my head and the entire time. And just kinda like what is happening as we mentioned, former vice president Biden has released a statement and says if he did behave this way, he doesn't believe he acted inappropriately. What is your response to his statement? I need the vice president and all men and all people who are in positions of power to understand that in that setting in that situation that kind of behavior is absolutely inappropriate. A big part of the reason why I'm also speaking out now is because he has a history of this. This is not in unknown issue. There have been stories. There are pictures. There are videos, I think that there is a very severe disconnect and lack of empathy for what the women on the receiving end are feeling I understand that he's trying to clear his his intention, but it's not about your intention. Whether it was an innocent gesture whether it was a sexual gesture none of that matters. It is about the person on the receiving end of that inappropriate behavior by someone who is very very clearly. More powerful than you that power dynamic is important to recognize the organizer of the event, you describe is Henry Munoz the co founder of the Latino victory project and he released a statement Saturday night, and he says quote at no time were these two leaders alone together. And I and the organization I co-founded and those in attendance, do not believe that circumstances. Support allegations that such an event took place. What is your response to Mr. Munoz, Mr. boondocks saints took oh and read my ass because clearly he didn't read it or if he read it he didn't comprehend it he specifically inquired about whether or not we were ever alone. And I never ever stated that we were alone. In fact, I've been very clear that this was always out in public. You said in your article that you're not suggesting that Joe Biden broke any laws. Why did you wish to come forward? Over the years. I have seen that this type of inappropriate behavior by Joe bye. Heiden? But also by others has not been taken seriously. And in many ways, if the media did talk about it. They kind of talked about it jokingly and kind of giving him a pass like this is just Biden being Biden boys will be boys while I'm saying, no, so former vice president Joe Biden is mulling a presidential run. Do you think he should run for president? I don't believe he should run for president that being said, I'm not supporting any other candidate. I'm not saying these things because I'm trying to lift up anybody else. We have many many qualified candidates including women, and I want to continue hearing from all of them. And as far as it relates to president Biden. No, I don't believe that he should run. There's a reaction to Joe Biden generally that his behavior is possibly a generational misunderstanding. That went vitamin considers quote expressions of affection others, consider completely inappropriate. And and what is your view about this there? Very well could be that aspect in the same way that you have folks who are serving who up until recently, you had people who were against the Civil Rights Act and were pro segregationists. And those people were still serving in our government. I think that culture is changing and it's changing for the better. And that's what we

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Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

podnews

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

"Close captioning is coming to Google podcasts. Forthcoming version of the app will include the option to produce an automatic live transcript onscreen enabled with ACC button. Good for noisy places, or for those with hearing difficulties website nine to five Google have enabled the feature on the Beata version of the Google app and reports that it works. Well, also, the at will highlight major items in the show notes and offer search terms to learn more new items prepped in beater versions can take months to arrive though years. What else you need the New York Times has launched a three minute. Weekday flash news briefing hosted by Michael Barbaro for Amazon Alexa devices as well. As a weekly interactive news quiz from the producers of the daily and other services. None of those services work on Google speakers though, the briefing, which is a nice change from a radio bulletin is sadly unavailable in Google's news briefing serve. It's sponsored by Audi. Steven Goldstein went to see s and reports back about Spotify is exclusivity announcements five G, smart speakers and a toilet with Amazon. Alexa, built in Alexa. Use the fresh ner. I would give it a few minutes. My name is Anita. I host history broadcast echoes Avandia. I am just coming out of the Bengal of orcas meat, and it was absolutely fascinating. Because I got it. Listen to people who've been in the field for a lot longer than I have. There hasn't really really good tips on how to grow audience at the military pursue as a whiteboard. Gasser should stick together? Which was absolutely fascinated. The Banglore podcasters and listeners meter on January. The twelfth was the biggest and longest yet willing to notes from the event in our show notes and our newsletter hunter walk a partner in a VC company. Writes about podcast discovery podcast discovery is a problem. He writes, but attempts to fix it are at best features not products. Or companies these IRS podcast apps are way better than Apple's default app claims. Life hacker pocket casts, overcast and Castro. Get higher scores than the purple one. Meanwhile, nine to five MAC carries four new features. Apple podcasts should ad in thirteen P. C magazine. Gives us details on how to make your podcast sound better is actually in depth article about microphone technique and much of the advice. His quite sound if you'll pardon the pun and a job for you. You could be the social media manager for apple podcasts and apple books in Culver City, California in the US apple podcast, apparently not important enough to have its own.

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Apple to build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Apple to build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US

"As noted Thursday apple announced plans to expand operations and add jobs in several us cities, including Austin, Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California. And President Trump took notice he tweeted his gratitude to apple CEO Tim cook during the presidential campaign. Don't remember Trump had railed against Apple's overseas manufacturing and later said that he one of the tech giant to build. Its biggest factory in the world in

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Apple plans new $1 billion campus for Austin, Texas

Dan Conry

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Apple plans new $1 billion campus for Austin, Texas

"Fifteen thousand. For the Austin location, and at least five thousand more over the next four years at other locations across the country, including Seattle, San Diego, Culver City, California. Pittsburgh New York in Colorado. It's been legal since November to possess and smoke marijuana recreationally in Michigan, but it could be another year before commercial sales illegal there. So for now, at least one business is giving it away at least as he explains. It's a free gift with purchase on high road. A Boston based online business is getting around Michigan's current marijuana law that

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Apple to build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US

Tech News This Week

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Apple to build new campus in Austin and add jobs across the US

"Apple. They have plans for expansion and they're building a new campus in Austin, Texas. They're also going to add other facilities in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California. In Austin, though, that's the big one. That's the big news. Apple is making a one billion dollar investment to build a campus. Their jobs created will include engineering, research development, customer support and more. The company already employs ninety thousand people in all fifty states, but plans on creating another twenty thousand twenty twenty three it also announced plan to invest ten billion dollars in US data centers over the next five years including four and a half billion dollars over the next two years. So big expansion for apple.

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Apple to Build New Sites, Including Texas Campus

WSJ What's News

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Apple to Build New Sites, Including Texas Campus

"Dollars to build a new corporate campus in Austin, Texas, promising to create as many as fifteen thousand jobs, the iphone maker also plans to establish new offices in San Diego Seattle and Culver City, California, where it said it would add more than one thousand jobs in each place trip. Michael covers apple for the Wall Street Journal in joins us from San Francisco trip. Apple is also announced plans to add hundreds of jobs in cities where it already has offices know New York, Boston Portland, Oregon was the news about a new campus in Austin a surprise. And what about the other locations? The news was a surprise earlier this year apple announced that it would name new campus a new facility by the year's end and in doing so it said that it would it would name the facility in a state other than California and Texas where it has existing operations. So today's announcement was surprise in the sense that this new campus that wasn't else is in Texas where. For Apple's already operating. And also as I mentioned these other locations that was a surprise to me. There was no beauty contest about any of these locations. You know, San Diego Seattle Culver city. It's a surprise unless you're a close follower of apple in the case of Culliver city apples been adding jobs to support its Hollywood operations there and its expansion into video streaming programming in the case of Seattle. Apple's had pretty sizable machine learning effort base there. And so adding jobs there make sense at certainly already been in that area and in the case of San Diego. There have been reports of late of apple adding jobs there in order to work on modem chips, and and semiconductor effort this comes as other tech giants like Amazon and Google are also expanding into new cities, and creating new jobs does any of this have to do with pressure from President

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From HQ2 to Trump, Amazon to face a lot of challenges in 2019 (The 3:59, Ep. 504)

The 3:59

04:44 min | 2 years ago

From HQ2 to Trump, Amazon to face a lot of challenges in 2019 (The 3:59, Ep. 504)

"To three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX urban Joni Sussman twenty nine team. It's shaping up to be a challenging one for Amazon with critic seemingly coming out of the woodwork in New York City against its h q to project their plus the company faces potential troubles from President Trump. And it's controversial facial recognition software. So Joan what I wanted to ask you about this is do you think that Amazon's really strong reputation with his customers will continue to help insulating. It from some of these issues seems like people consumers have sort of bifurcated their understanding of Amazon like I feel like even like we were chatting before this. I'm New Yorker year. You're earning Johnny live in this area. We're talking about reasons that it's. The reasons that some people are annoyed with the issue decision to move here. But even though I am one of the people it's kind of annoyed by still use Amazon constantly, so as like a consumer as a service, I think that people will continue to judge Amazon the service different than Amazon as a company. Yeah. I totally agree. I was at a council hearing that ran for like three hours yesterday where a bunch of council members where beating up Amazon about the age to process how they're being cut out of it. And that this is going to be a state process that in like the fact that Amazon was going to get three billion dollars in incentives for building. What are the council members? I thought really crystallized a lot of what we're talking about. Really? Well, and he specifically said we we love you. And we hate you. And it wasn't or whatever it was like, we're we kinda feel the same two things about Amazon at the exact time. So I was kind of in the story that I wrote today though, I was kinda. Curious to see people really like a lot of Google services. People use a lot of Google services. People really like Facebook to there's a reason why social media company out there. So I was curious to see if with all this tech backlash that was going on directed at both of those companies whether Amazon would start to face some of those similar issues there there are like a lot of those issues that have been simmering with the company, but at the same time, I really don't think that they've been hit the same way as Facebook and Google, I if you agree with that. Yeah. But I think that's because most of the tech backlash or we're talking about it's mostly been centered on Facebook, really like is Facebook has been the locus of all that animosity. And I think Google and YouTube are pulled into that vortex because they have services that are very similar like they have these user generated. Eh social based things where this abuse all kind of able to. It's like a little crackling fire all able to the fuel each other Amazon isn't really operating in those spaces. And so it's been insulated in a way. Yes. But I think that that doesn't mean that it the next tech backlash twenty nineteen might be like rate in the sweet spot for Amazon. Might be related to facial recognition software or might be related to President Trump bringing up more issue's about postal service. There's a lot. Either way next up apple is building its own hue to project in Austin, Texas. The company today unveiled plans for a one billion dollar campus there along with new offices in Seattle Cindy ago, Culver City, California as well as expanding operations in Pittsburgh, New York and Boulder, Colorado. So my question for you is should we go work for Amazon or apple my gosh, come on? Wow. That's why would we do that? But yeah, I mean, even though it's fun to kind of compare it to an H Q two idea. But it's really not. I mean, this is kind of different expansion of their workforce than the whole like dog and pony show around HQ to addition to this. You know, it's a lot the number of people that are going to be bringing jobs. They're going to be bringing to Austin is a lot smaller than either of the. Yeah. It's not nearly as big as sprinkling it around different other places that touch on initiatives that apple is increasing so related to that. Do you think apple is likely to face like similar criticisms aim is on with HQ to now? So I know and partly because of everything you said treating completely differently either way if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on CNN, Ben FOX or event Joni salesman. Thanks for listening.

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Apple to build new Austin headquarters campus, expand around U.S.

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Apple to build new Austin headquarters campus, expand around U.S.

"Win them all for genuine weeks after Amazon announced plans to build a new headquarters in Arlington apples announced its next expansion. A one billion dollar campus in Austin, Texas with smaller facilities in Seattle. San Diego in Culver City, California over the next three years, the maker of iphone will expand in Pittsburgh, New York, and Colorado altogether. Those locations will add about twenty thousand jobs still less than Amazon is bringing to

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U.S. Stocks Rebound on Trade-Talk Progress

The Opening Bell

01:06 min | 2 years ago

U.S. Stocks Rebound on Trade-Talk Progress

"Foreign minister says the legal project process should not be hijacked for political purposes. And she says that the US should not use the extradition process for ends other than the pursuit of Justice. This CEO of United Airlines says his pilots do not need any additional training on the new Boeing jet. That's at the center of the investigation into a deadly crash in Indonesia. Oscar Munoz says United's pilots are prepared to respond to problems that might arise with automated systems on modern planes spoke yesterday to reporters and said that the Boeing seven thirty-seven max is safe and reliable United along with American in south west uses the new Boeing model that was involved in the October twenty nine Lyon aircrash Indonesian, investigators are examining the role of faulty sensor readings from an anti stall system in the accident which killed one hundred eighty nine people and apple is expanding its footprint in Austin, Texas, including the construction of a one. Billion dollar campus. The tech giant says it's also adding sites and new jobs in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City, California, while expanding existing sites in Pittsburgh, New York in Colorado, the company looks to add about twenty thousand new jobs by twenty twenty three. We begin this morning with thought leader Thursday here on the opening bell. Chuck Garcia is the executive vice president and director of commercial deposits and treasury management at associated Bank, and Chuck is back with us this morning in the thought leader chair Chuck good morning. Welcome back to the opening bell. Good morning. Nice to be here. A happy holidays to you as well. Here. We are again in the holiday season lots going on. We're gonna talk a little bit about what's happened in your world this year and other things, but let's get to some news with the fed getting ready to have its December meeting looks like another interest rate going up. How's this going to impact financial services sector? Well, it does look like it. I think there's still a tad of uncertainty. But I think what went from being one hundred percent certain is is still very high. So I think this next one is likely clearly it will have an effect really across the board commercial customers will see their rates rise from a from paying on the interest of loans similarly, consumers housing, it'd be interesting to see what happens with the mortgage industry. I think those are already somewhat built in. But clearly it's going to have a have an impact albeit relatively still historically very, very low. I think there's the mental aspect that. People say oh rates are rising. And obviously rates we pay to clients will will increase as well. Are you? What are your thoughts about whether the fed is going to continue this in twenty nineteen nine? There's been a lot of talk about this in the last couple weeks that may be December is going to be the last one for a while. I see too in the coming year. Okay. I think the uncertainty here in the US alone with the tariffs and the trade wars, you know, looming cetera. But also, there's a lot of uncertainty abroad, you have France. Now, obviously, the Brexit situation. There's a lot of uncertainty abroad, and we're all intertwined any longer. And and so I think that's going to have an impact on their desire to to be probably as aggressive as they might have been they being the fed as aggressive as they might have been previously. Do you think it's actually had an impact on businesses, especially local businesses that are they is this something that's causing them to stop and pause their plans. I think it has you know, depending on the industry you're in to raw-materials are part of your production cycle, and your and your supply chain. There's absolute evidence. Having an impact is slowing some things down. I think the farm industry to you know, living where we do. That's continuing to have a drag on that as well. How does the interest rate going up or going down impact the day to day management of financials? Well, you have to really we have to do is really stay abreast of what are what our competition is doing. So for my pain perspective what we pay and interest rates to clients. You know, be they consumers or or corporates. It's certainly today has far more interest at the individual and company level than than it would have even a year ago. It was just immaterial at that point in time. Now, you know dollars are significant enough where people are paying attention and willing to to change in today's environment. If they don't feel like they're getting a proper rate or attention from their Bank. I heard some experts talking about the interest rate hikes have come so quick and fast that they haven't had. There hasn't been enough time for them to take hold and and people have become comfortable with them. Usually there is a bigger window between interest rates is there some truth to that about it still working its way through the system each one of these hikes. Well, I see both sides. I mean, the savvy investor those with large dollars they move very quickly today. If a rate increase does in fact occur they have they effectively expected to be an instantaneous change by their Bank. You know, the the normal John Q public guy like me doesn't pay. As much attention to it. But if all of a sudden, you look up and see oh my gosh. You know, I'm still backing the point one percent. That's not fair in today's environment. You know, they may they may choose to act on that. But I think I think the the savvy investor the corporate investor in the larger dollar people are absolutely much much quicker to react today. I'm interested in your opinion about the economy as it stands right now. Are there earning warning signs out there that you are hearing about or seeing or feeling? Yeah housing. I mean housing is shown some some slowdown, obviously that's a huge component of of our industry in our economy in so housing and the ripple effect that that in fact has is slowing down, you know, they're building as many apartment buildings people aren't buying single housing contrary to what I'm saying. You're the millennials are now moving to the burbs and buying houses. So I think you have kind of a reverse effect of people that are retiring moving into the rural areas, but it isn't fast enough to keep up in so housing. I think is one of the indicators I see that that could have a drag on the economy and then again as rates rise. It makes the affordability of a house that perhaps you could have afforded two years ago. Much less today. Chuck hang on with us. We're on with Chuck or see this morning executive vice president and director of commercial deposits and treasury management at associated Bank. It's our thought leader conversation. We're going. Continue with Chuck in just a few minutes. But first we need to take a quick break here in the opening bell at five nineteen to update traffic and a couple of business headlines. First WGN traffic, central very they're very good morning. Good morning. Traffic is sponsored by Burlington. No delays on the Edens. Kennedy. Eisenhower is fine. Inbound side of the Stevenson's starting to build just around the Harlem area with some minor delays on the inbound Ryan from Roosevelt's also some build up into Halstead on the inbound side of fifty seven the Bishop Ford. However looks good along with all the toys this morning. Make Burlington your one-stop holiday shop for the hottest gifts for everyone. Name-brand watches gift. Baskets wireless, sweaters toys at a fraction of the price. Burlington gifts for everyone for a person who's traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by mortgage experts have team hochburg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago mayor van of each traffic central. 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Bavaria, Aaron Eckhart Christina Hendricks and Prime Minister discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Bavaria, Aaron Eckhart Christina Hendricks and Prime Minister discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Outcome for Macklin her conservatives injured. German national elections last fall and is expected to do the same on Sunday in Bavaria polls there show the CS. You is all but certain to lose majority control of the state legislature, which is held for decades. Some political observers say a loss in Bavaria could lead to a reshuffling or worse. If Angela Merkel cabinet Suraya Sirhatti, Nelson NPR news Berlin, Australia's prime minister wants to prevent private or religious schools from discriminating against gays students. Scott Morrison issued a statement today or Jing parliament to take up the issue over the next couple of weeks in December. Australian lawmakers voted to legalize same sex marriage. I'm trial Snyder, Culver City, California. Rand PR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Amazon prime video with the Romanovs a new series from the creator of madman. Starring Diane lane. Aaron Eckhart Christina Hendricks and Isabel who pair a new episode every Friday on prime video. This

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Two more Arkansas inmates die of suspected tainted drugs, bringing total to five

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00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Two more Arkansas inmates die of suspected tainted drugs, bringing total to five

"Live from NPR news in Culver City California. I'm Dwayne Brown in Arkansas five inmates have died this week at, a state prison of suspected drug overdoses Michael Hitlerian with member station k. u. a. r. in Little Rock has this update the latest. To win, mates were pronounced dead Wednesday at the foreigner supermax, unit three others died earlier in the week Jim priest an attorney. For the Arkansas department of correction says an extensive search of the prison is being conducted looking. For drugs that's the seriousness of the. Situation with a total of five deaths over the past several days we really want to take every action we can possibly take to prevent any

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Thousands of teachers in Washington state strike over salaries

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00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Thousands of teachers in Washington state strike over salaries

"DC and I'm David Greene, in Culver City California John McCain will lie in state at the US capitol tomorrow since his death last weekend we've been reflecting on his life his impact. And his legacy and one memory that often stands out to me was. Covering some of his presidential campaign events in the summer of two thousand. Eight, Russia and its neighbour Georgia were in conflict and McCain just couldn't stop talking about it world history is often made in remote obscure countries which being made in Georgia today. It's the responsibility of the leading? Nations, of the world

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Trump, Trudeau upbeat about prospects for NAFTA deal by Friday

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00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, Trudeau upbeat about prospects for NAFTA deal by Friday

"Capitol Hill high level trade talks are underway to. Sort out how Canada might fit into, a revised, North American Free trade agreement, President Trump is threatening new tariffs on Canadian cars if a deal isn't reached north country public, radio's Brian man reports this week President Trump unveiled a tentative side deal on trade with. Mexico that left Canadians on the outside looking in when columnist in the Toronto Globe and. Mail called, the arrangement a double cross but his Canada's foreign minister Christopher Freeland negotiates changes. To NAFTA with her counterparts in Washington many, Canadians think their government will have to make concessions Royle Anglo lives here in. Toronto I don't think we'll give the, farmer away but I. Think they're already, talking about giving out some things in some areas theory. I've heard recently President Trump says Canadian tariffs on dairy products are unacceptable but there's a lot more at stake in these talks if NAFTA unravels without A new deal it would disrupt one of the largest trade relationships in the.

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Scientists Find a Strange New Cell in Human Brains: The 'Rosehip Neuron'

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

Scientists Find a Strange New Cell in Human Brains: The 'Rosehip Neuron'

"Scientists have taken one more small step toward understanding what makes. The human brain unique as NPR's John Hamilton reports they've identified a type of brain cell that exists in people but not in rodents the cells are called rose hip. Neurons and, they were first. Described by scientists. In Hungary named Gabor Thomas Ed. Lean of the institute, for brain science, in Seattle says Thomas was recording electrical signals from cells taken from two human brains in the course of doing these recordings he started. To notice a very distinctive type of cell that's to him, have the shape of, a rose after the pedals have fallen off so he called them they rose upsell meanwhile lean. And other scientists at the Allen institute had also run across these unusual neurons while doing genetic analysis, of the brain cells so the researchers combined with they had learned and lean says their conclusion was remarkable, this particular type of so head properties that had never actually been described in another species today the findings suggest that the human brain is. More than just a big mouse brain at some point it acquired at least one kind of cell mouse doesn't have scientists aren't, sure exactly what these cells do though they seem to be, involved in controlling the. Flow of information in the brain and, lean says their existence has big implications for researchers it throws. Some Doubt on the ability to use the mouse then, to study a certain elements of human function and disease rose hip cells are a type of inhibitory neuron. They act like the brakes in a car telling other brain cells when to slow down and lean says it's possible they play a role. In mental illness these, types of cells, are extremely important and dysfunction of them can actually directly be linked to different types of neuropsychiatric disease like schizophrenia rose hip cells are. Involved in brain disorders it could help explain why so many, brain drugs that work, in mice don't work in people Josh Gordon directs the National Institute of mental health which helped. Fund the research it may be that in order to fully understand psychiatric disorders we need to get, access to these special types of neurons that exist only in humans Gordon says this study is part of, a larger effort by the national institutes of health to identify every type of cell found in the brains of mice monkeys and people we. Don't know how How the brain works if. We don't know all of its parts so in order to describe how the brain produces behavior. We want to know what are the different parts in the brain and then. How they work together new genetic techniques are rapidly improving scientists, ability to detect new types of brain cells and Gordon expects that researchers will find more. Cells that, exist in people but not animals I think it's very very likely that this is the tip of the iceberg the new research appears in the, journal nature

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U.S. deports accused former Nazi guard to Germany

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03:13 min | 3 years ago

U.S. deports accused former Nazi guard to Germany

"A former Nazi concentration camp guard was recently, discovered living in New York City he. Is now being deported from the United States that's according to US immigration and customs enforcement is I says the ninety five. Year old's name, is yucky Polly and he's been being sent to Germany the. White House commended the move this Morning NPR's Sarah McCarron has been following this and joins us down, the studio Sarah what, can you, tell us about this man Yawkey Polly well, he. Was born in what was then. Poland and what's now Ukraine and this is important, because, this was a long time ago and he's a man not quite without a country but that. No country has wanted to claim because of his involvement in, Nazi concentration camps in World War Two he worked in nineteen forty-three at. A German concentration camp in what was German occupied Poland. Later that same year thousands of. Jewish people were shot to death in. A mass execution at that camp, and, this man is not accused of participating directly in that event but he is accused of persecuting people at that camp. Preventing them from escaping and in so doing being responsible in part for those deaths how did he wind up, in New York City well he's been here for, a very long time he'd been living, in queens came to the US. After The war in nineteen forty-nine illegally the US government says they said he he lied in order to come. Here told immigration officials that he had worked in a factory and, on, a farm during the war became a naturalized? Citizen in? Nineteen, fifty seven and then as a result of. Investigations into Nazi war? Crimes was denaturalized in two thousand three ordered deported the next year and that appeal was denied in two thousand, five but he remained in the country right so why he was ordered to be deported. After the US government, found out who he actually was and then and then he stayed well it just comes down to the fact, that that these other countries didn't want to take him ambassador Richard Grenell the embassador. Germany says this came to the president's attention somehow President Trump made, it a priority made it very clear he wanted him, out and also there's been pressure from people in New York members of the New. York congressional delegation had called for his removal activists? In, New York had been calling for this for. Many years ambassador Grenell says, he brought this up repeatedly With the new German government with his. Counterparts there and decided to make a moral case they saw this as a moral obligation that they had not so much, a legal obligation this individual was not is not, a German citizen so the moral, obligation? Because this individual served it in the name of the former German government and so he is back in Germany they say he was taken. Out from his home in queens on a stretcher he's a very old man not clear exactly what, happens to. Him legally at this, point go through some kind of trials you could not entirely clear he, has a very old. Man but officials say. From the US government say this is part of the administration's effort to take immigration laws. Seriously something they've been emphasizing much more broadly and they're using this case certainly to

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Montana, NPR and Kerry Institute Of Ecosystem discussed on Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Montana, NPR and Kerry Institute Of Ecosystem discussed on Ordway, Merloni & Fauria

"The FBI is now investigating the airplane theft and crash, that left the ground crew worker with, horizon. Airlines dead after, he took the plane. For dangerous joy Friday authorities say twenty nine year old Richard Russell crash the empty plane on a nearby island on Washington's Puget Sound Seattle port Commissioner president. Courtney Gregoire says because the employee was authorized to access the plane no security rules appear to have been broken. She calls the incident an aberration I've, asked the

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"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Culver City California I'm Dwayne Brown Israel says. It has begun, a major airstrike campaign on militant sites in. The Gaza Strip after Palestinian militants. Opened fire killing one Isreaeli. Soldier as NPR's Daniel estrin tells us from Jerusalem Israel's. Defense minister is warning the tensions on the Gaza border could escalate into. War Israel says its fighter jets have begun a quote. Wide-scale attack against HAMAs HAMAs said three of its militants were killed in Israel strikes health. Officials reported at least one other death and several other injuries in recent months Gazans have been protesting against Israel's role in a. Blockade on. Gaza which Israel recently tightened to restrict imports and exports of goods last weekend there was Palestinian mortar. And rocket fire on Israel as well as Israel airstrikes that killed two Palestinians Israel's defense minister. Today said HAMAs was dragging Israel into a quote wide and painful military campaign Daniel estrin NPR news jerus- Salaam police in Chicago have reached a. Significant milestone halfway through the year police superintendent Eddie Johnson. Says they've taken more than five thousand illegal guns off the streets are this shows the. Dedication of our police officers to combat this problem this is a record that we should all also be ashamed of he says. That's more. Than the number seized by New York and Los Angeles combined Johnson and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel or. Urging the state's Republican governor to sign a Bill to regulate gun dealers in Illinois you signed. A Bill to regulate catfish We regulate barbershops We..

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Npr news in culver city california i'm dwayne brown as he honored the nation's war dead this memorial day president trump is pursuing a possible peace mission with north korea npr's scott horsely reports trump is eager to revive a summit meeting with north korean leader kim jong un that the president abruptly cancelled just last week president trump told reporters talks aimed at rescheduling his son with kim are moving along very nicely the us has dispatched two teams to coordinate a possible meeting as early as june twelfth one group has been talking with north korean counterparts along the demilitarized zone about the substance of the summit and how far kim is willing to go in dismantling his nuclear weapons a second team travelled to singapore in an effort to hammer out some logistics the singapore team was stood up by the north koreans at what was supposed to be an earlier planning session trump says if the us is successful in ridding korea's nuclear weapons it would be great for the region and the world scott horsely npr news washington hawaii's killer whale volcano continues to shoot ash into the air as white public radio's bill dorman tells us the volcano remains active on two fronts kill away a continues to erupt with plumes of ash at its summit shifting winds are pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away lava streams are pushing into the ocean but at a slower pace waffle also crossed into geothermal power plant but civil defense officials say the affected wells are stable and secured alberto the first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season has lost a bit of strength as it made landfall tonight on the florida panhandle with maximum sustained winds.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In culver city california ten people are dead and fifteen more injured after a rental van mowed down pedestrians yesterday in toronto canada police there say they have captured a suspect twenty five year old alex manasseh of suburban toronto police chief mark saunders said the driver's actions appeared to be deliberate but didn't offer any details of why this might have happened at this particular point in time there's nothing that does affect the national security footprint we are looking very strong to what the exact motive motivation was for this particular incident to take place i i want to bring in christine bureaucracies host on the cbc's world report in toronto hi christine good morning david so the police chief they're saying no national security footprint affected do we take that language that they're ruling out terrorism here pretty much have yesterday having watched scenarios like this unfold in cities around the world is you mentioned man driving rental van plowing through strains you can't help but think the worst and i think a lot of canadians were there yesterday because many of those events were tied to supporters of these state we should say absolutely and here in the media we were being incredibly careful and certainly public officials were being careful not to label the incident as terrorism or terror attack until they were sure and very early on yesterday the public safety minister came out and said while they weren't labeling it they also found no national security threat related to this at that point and still at this point seemingly senseless act so do we know anything about the twenty five year old that would suggest why he moved have this well the suspect now in custody as you mentioned twenty five year old alec menasian according to his social media profile he's a college student developing a free parking app he also posted praise for name people in california will recognize elliot rodger a strange figure online you will recall isla vista california roger killed six people near the campus of the university of california and menasian had posted posted praise for a video that roger had posted that lashed out after being turned down or rebuffed by women now we're not at this point.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown the american civil liberties union is calling on greyhound to stop allowing border patrol agents to conduct surprise searches aboard it's buses npr's windsor johnston reports the aclu says there's been a rapid increase of warrantless rates here in california and airasia border patrol agents are accused of conducting row by road searches on greyhound buses questioning passengers about their citizenship status and travel plans aclu attorney bretons says the raids are being conducted without suspicion of wrongdoing and are driven by racial profiling customs and border protection of our singling people out based on their apparent ethnicity or the language that they might be speaking or whether they have an accent and using that as a basis to question them us customs and border protection and greyhound say agents do not need a warrant if they're within one hundred miles of international borders with mexico or canada the aclu who says unwarranted searches violate the fourth amendment windsor johnston npr news white house press secretary sarah sanders says the secret meeting between the leaders of china and north korea this week seems to have gone well we're going to be cautiously optimistic but we feel like things are moving in the right direction and that the meeting yesterday was a good indication that the maximum pressure campaign has been working sanders also says work continues toward arranging a meeting between president trump and north korea's leader sometime in may the secretary david schulkin is out and president trump has tapped his personal white house doctor to take his place shokhin was a holdout from the obama administration but ran into ethics concerns when he took his wife to europe at taxpayer expense and made other missteps trump announced via twitter he wants to replace shokhin with white house physician ronnie jackson stocks finished lower.

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"culver city california" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's all things considered from npr news i melted chang michelle martin congress wants the tech industry to assume more responsibility for online child sex trafficking this is just the beginning of congress tackling this big question of how much responsibility internet companies should have for what users do and how they get treated online coming up after the news live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown in central texas federal authorities released arrest warrants and a criminal complaint against these suspected austin package bomber as joey palacios of texas public radio reports the documents were filed last night as police were closing in on twenty three three year old marquan did who died after setting off an explosive device in his car the ats criminal complaint most of which is still sealed charges content with one count of unlawful possession and transfer of a destructive device a federal judge in austin approved it along with an arrest warrant that commanded any law officer to arrest condon's should they come in contact with him police found him in a hotel north of austin and pursued him conduct died after detonating a bomb in his car as police closed in content is suspected of planting a series of explosive packages that detonated and killed two people in austin since march second police are searching his home for evidence and questioned his two roommates and neighbours authorities are asking the public to report any suspicious packages for npr news i'm joy palacios in san antonio.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the new york conversation live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown in texas a suspected serial bomber blew himself up overnight as a swat team closed in on him in suburban austin parking lot a federal criminal complaint and arrest warrant adjustment issued last night for twenty three year old marquan did on a charge of unlawful possession and transfer of a destructive device his motives remain unknown texas governor greg abbott says investigators are hoping to learn a lot from going through the suspect's home law enforcement is actively engaged in an investigation of the suspect's house they're having to proceed very cautiously because they do not know if the house could be either boobytrapped or contain bombs in their surveillance video from fedex distribution center where kanda dropped off one of his package bombs reportedly helped lead investigators to the suspect authorities have question to people who lived with condit and released one of them a top state department official says he's been having constructive talks with the europeans about fixing a nuclear deal with iran but he's making no promises it will be enough to keep president trump in the deal and pairs michele keleman explains president trump has threatened to walk away from the iran nuclear deal unless it's fixed by may twelfth he doesn't like the fact that some of the restrictions on iran's nuclear program are phased out over time and the two thousand fifteen deal doesn't cover iran's ballistic missile program the state department's policy planning director brian hook is just back from a trip where he was working on a supplemental agreement with the europeans that could address these concerns he's also discussing contingencies if president trump decides to walk away hook also met with an iranian official last week in vienna to demand the release of americans jailed in iran.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In culver city california and i am rachel martin in washington dc it was a remarkable day survivors of gun violence speaking directly to those in power about their loss and how it could have been prevented from florida to wash washington in three different settings they shared their grief and demanded answers there was a meeting between parkland students and florida state lawmakers then there was the cnn town hall of event in florida where a grieving mother confronted a spokeswoman for the nra here's linda beagle schuman husan son scott was a teacher at the school why are my unalienable rights not protected is fiercely as the right to bear arms and there was this listening session at the white house this is sam zeif he's a student at marjorie storm in douglas high school here he is addressing president trump woke up to the news at mont as front was gone and i don't understand why i could still go in a store and buy a weapon of war president trump said this to the grip he something about this our situation we've got together so how will he and other leaders figure it out we are joined now by npr national political correspondent mara liasson mara i just want to start there in the white house in that room you were there what was it like it was very raw like all of these confrontations have been you had parents not just from parkland students from parkland you also had parents who had lost children and sandy hook and columbine and it was a very intense emotional meeting the president trying to show empathy something he struggled within the past later when we saw the close up shots from that meeting he was holding in a little card with instructions on at that included one that said to remind the crowd i hear you but there was it was a respect full somber conversation about ideas to make sure these kinds of horrific attacks don't happen again did it get specific and did the president give any concrete steps about what he was going to do yes it certainly did that there was a consensus in the room that there should be better background checks more mental health restrictions although not allowed the specifics about exactly what that would be but the biggest takeaway from the president.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the new york conversation the of live from npr news in culver city california into wing brown on capitol hill a bipartisan group of six senators say they have reached tentative agreement on a deal to protect socalled dreamers from deportation those are young people in the us illegally who were brought here as children white house press secretary sarah sanders had this reaction to the news right now we're counting on republicans and democrats to come together which we think they will add to make a deal on daca in on border security and which is a vital part of that conversation and something that we insist be part of it the group is reportedly still working on addressing border security and other issues such as preferential treatment for family members of immigrants already in the us health officials say two palestinian teenagers were killed today in clashes with israel lee troops in paris daniel s trent as this update from jerusalem palestinian officials say jewish settlers tried to enter a palestinian village in the west bank palestinians demonstrated israeli troops arrived at the scene and a 16yearold palestinian was killed by live fire in a clash with troops the israeli military disputed that account it said forces were in the area looking for the gunman who killed an israeli settler this week it said palestinians threw rocks at troops who fired of the main instigator palestinian officials say another 16yearold was shot and killed by israeli fire during a demonstration in gaza along the border with israel the israeli military says it was responding to violent riots in to spots along the border fence daniel 'sarin npr news jerusalem record rally on wall street today stocks across the board broke new highs raising.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown president trump took his show on the road today to tennessee to promote his tax overhaul and economic development plans he pitched his efforts to help the nation's farmers at the annual convention of the american farm bureau federation trump is the first president to address the group in more than twenty years incredible people and we are doing a job or you you're seeing it like nobody else regulation death tax so much europe big beneficiary and you're really producing like nobody else i just want to thank you for that the president warned the group against voting for democrats in this year's midterm election saying they would undo the tax bill trump also touted a new plan to expand rule broadband coverage heavy rain is beginning to fall on communities here in southern california that were just starting to bounce back from the devastating thomas fire the largest in california's history from member station kcr w catherine barnes reports at a city lara in downtown santa barbara cars and trucks are lined up to get sandbags residents hope the sand will protect their homes from floodwaters thick with heavy debris in mud that are expected to rush down recent burns zones alicia journey is one of five thousand people forced to evacuate from the foothills of montesino summer land and carpentaria this is the second time she said to leave her home in the past month is not going to be fine if we lose everything you know after the fires and everything it just seems like one hit after another hard rains are expected to continue overnight an throughout tuesday for npr news i'm catherine barnes in santa barbara stocks finished mixed on wall street after last week's big rally to start the new year healthcare and banks led the decliners today just ahead of corporate earnings season the dow lost twelve points nasdaq rose twenty points the s p gained four you're listening to npr and this is wnyc in new york i am jimmy floyd eric garner is at being laid to rest this evening wnyc's at ciragan solace reports from outside her memorial service at first carinthian baptist church in harlem at least two hundred people lined up outside of the church right when it started snowing to attend erica gardeners public feeling.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In culver city california and i'm robert siegel in washington republicans in congress say they have finalized their overhaul of the nation's tax code they planned to release the tax bill this evening and get to work very quickly next week to pass the one and a half trillion dollar package into law and while the bill is not public yet it looks like it has almost all of the votes it would need to pass here to tell us more is npr scott detrow scott good to see you andy roberts afternoon florida senator marco rubio and tennessee senator bob corker both republicans a boat said that they'll vote for the bill has significant is that it's a big deal about corker was the only republican in the senate to vote 'no last time he's had major current cern's all along over how it would expand the national debt but in a statement this afternoon corker said the bill is far from perfect he'd rather have a bill that avoided any chance of adding to the deficit but it's as he put it a once in a generation opportunity that's a political opportunity republicans have control of the house have controlled the senate and the white house and we know that going forward it's going to be harder for them to pass things once doug jones a democrat is sworn in us a corker doesn't want to stop a chance to overhaul the tax code and he seems to feel so strongly about this that he picked up the phone and called president trump to tell him he bowed yesterday of course he's been incredibly critical of trump's over the last few months that's corker story what about rubio yesterday he said that he would vote 'no unless says some changes were made with the child tax credit what's the situation there rubio seems to have gotten what he wanted on this he'd been pushing really hard for changes off until the law last minute leaders agreed to increase the refundable portion of the credit from one thousand dollars per child to one thousand four hundred dollars per child and that's a big deal for a lot of working families making more of.

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"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In washington and i'm kelly mcevers in culver city california we start with a big development in the legal investigation into contacts between president trump's associates and officials in russia the president's former national security adviser michael flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about his contacts with the russian ambassador he has also agreed to cooperate with special counsel robert muller npr justice correspondent carry johnson is here to talk us all through this high carry high county so okay first just explain what exactly did michael flynn admit to in federal court there in washington today michael flynn has pleaded guilty to a single false statements charge stemming from a january twenty four 27 interview he did with the fbi after he was on already in the white house as president trump's national security advisor now these court documents say that flynn lied to the fbi in an interview about two things one a series of december 22nd conversations he had with the then russian ambassador sergei kislyak about possible delaying a un security council resolution on israeli settlements and to a december twenty nine series of conversations he had with sergei kislyak and others about us sanctions and russia okay so he's pled guilty to lying to the fbi basically this is basically a pretty narrow charge charger and given especially that special counsel is looking at a pretty wide range of flynn's activities and in business ended government what does it mean that this charges in there yet in fact kelley this charge carries a fiveyear a statutory maximum penalty but prosecutors today say mike flynn under their calculations could serve between zero in six months in prison maximum it means in essence that mike flynn as something to trade his son who with his business associate was not charged today not mentioned in court papers at all and we know based on other information in the court documents that mike flynn was under investigation for failing to register under the foreign agents registration act he may have in fact lied on that form he also was under investigation with respect to some of his business dealings in turkey and russia none of those charges appeared today that's because we think a vet mike flynn has something to trade on other people involved in.

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02:40 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And am 820 npr news and the new york conversation live from npr news in culver city california i am dwayne brown alabama senate nominee roy more is blasting claims he pursued inappropriate relations with teenage girls in 1970s when he was an assistant district attorney and in his thirties the state's former chief justice is denying claims made in a washington post article this week but he took a 14yearold to his house and initiated sexual contact speaking on the sean hannity radio show more says he would have gotten the moms permission to data girl general ernoe f i x chicago mary tyler moore's vowing to stay in the special election race for the senate seat vacated by attorney general jeff sessions today the national republican senatorial committee pulled its funding support for more law lawyers for the former national security advisor michael flynn are breaking their silence npr's carry johnson tells us y attorneys rob coun their ncb anthony save intentionally kept quiet about rumors and allegations against former trump adviser michael flynn but they say after a news cycle that's included allegations flynn plotted bribery and kidnapping near compelled to speak calling the accusations prejudicial and false the wall street journal first reported last year plane met with officials from turkey about forcibly removing an elderly cleric from the us the clerics an enemy of turkey's leader in on election day last year flynn publish an ed article saying he did not deserve safe haven in america special counsel robert moller's investigating the business activities of flynn and his son michael g flynn no charges have yet been filed in the case carry johnson npr news washington most economists say temporary tax cuts would raise the national debt but do little for economic growth and without faster economic growth fewer would benefit from the pay raises and job gains being promised by republicans before cuts expiring ten years this is npr you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jamie laid a 26yearold man has been charged with murder in connection with a suspected ms thirteen gang killing last summer david sosa guevara was ordered held without bail an and range today inasa county he's accused of taking part in the killing of 15yearold angel solaar whose remains were found alongside those of two other teenagers last month solar was it reported missing by his mother.

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"culver city california" Discussed on KQED Radio

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"culver city california" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and i mary louise kelly coming up california becomes the first state to ban the selling of hats from commercial breeders it's pretty sad industry a pity use of industry the consumer is out there needs to now all most of the times that you're by animal you are supporting this industry will have that story after these headlines live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown president trump is speaking out about the terrorist attack in new york saying he would consider sending the suspect to guantanamo prison npr's mara liasson says trump also refer to the current system for punishing terrorists as a joke after the massive her in las vegas that killed fifty nine people the president said it was too soon to discuss gun policies but one day after the terrorist attack in new york city the president is talking about immigration policy he blamed new york city senator chuck schumer for voting for a 1990 immigration bill they created a special lottery programme under which the new york city suspect came into the country president trump called on congress to get rid of the program we need shrank we need resolve we have to stop of so we're gonna get rid of this lottery program it turns out that back in 1990 senator schumer had a lot of company the diversity lottery programme was approved by a bipartisan vote of eighty nine two eight and was signed into law by president george h w bush mar elias an npr news the white house they governor of puerto rico says twothirds of the island is still without power after being battered by the worst hurricane in a century he criticized the us army corps of engineers for being slow to respond to the crisis governor ricardo rosay oh is in washington today where he met with members of congress and the white house he told in pr is all things considered is a lack of urgency on the part of the agency september 30th i signed day a mission statement with the core of engineers under the statement that it was going to take them forty five days at the pick up the energy grid it has been more than thirty days now and all we have our seven brigades from the core of engineers import the legal the army corps of engineers responded saying they understand the.

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